LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Keith Kaiser is hopping down Frankfort Avenue in the spirit of the annual Easter Parade.
The 22nd Annual Easter Parade along Frankfort Avenue happens tomorrow (Saturday, April 19th) from 11:45 to 1:00pm.
The route begins at Kennedy and goes to Haldeman.
Thousands of onlookers can enjoy FREE Candy and Easter Cheer.
Expect the Shriners, antique cars, homemade family floats, Hwang's martial artists, bagpipers, dance teams, talking police car, mounted sheriff's posse, Walllie moon's bubble truck, the animal adoption center and more units making it down the parade route.
The judging booth will be located at The Irish Rover, 2319 Frankfort Avenue, to present the "Good Ears Awards" to the most creative float and the most outrageous Easter bonnet.
The Grand Marshals for this year's parade are Tina Ward-Pugh and the Easter Bunny.
This is a free, family friendly event.
A trolley will run along the Avenue after the parade until 2:00pm
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